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    Using Information Space Using Information Space Presentation Transcript

    • Using information space
      Qing
    • Stepped interaction:
      Major issue: Navigation
      Movement in physical spaces
      When moving in an unstructured, unfamiliar and extensive physical space, attempting to reach a goal which may not be wholly formulated, a user will continually ask:
      Where am I ?
      Where can I go from here?
      How do I get there?
      What lies beyond ?
      Where can I usefully go ?
      Where have I been ? I want to go back
    • Two important features of movement in information space:
      “Where can I go from here?”
      is about a movement
      “How do I get there?”
      is about an interaction
      Sensitivity
      S = SM , SI
    • Examples of sensitivity
      Physical Space
      Information Space
      Label ‘Café’ is the SM cue
      The labels (Rail, Britain, etc.)
      are the SM cues
      Flat panel is the SI cue
      (SI is an affordance)
      Grey areas with inscribed text are the SI cues
    • The Attribute Explorer technique
      Example: House purchase
      one house
    • The Attribute Explorer
      Example: House purchase
    • No sensitivity information
      See and Go
      NO SENSITIVITY
      INFORMATION
      Go and See
      “tell me what you want and I’ll tell you if we’ve got it”
      See and Go
    • More examples
    • More examples
    • At the end
      Conduct user studies (Focus group, interview, etc)
      Prototype evaluation (Between or Within groups)
      Hopefully, SPSS tells us what significant is
      End